Campus sports

November 5, 2007

Reading Time: < 1 minute Nov. 5 Men’s basketball Westminster, at 7 p.m Nov. 8 Women’s soccer United Soccer Conference Tournament, TBA Nov. 9 Women’s basketball Mesa State, at 7:05 p.m. Women’s soccer United Soccer Conference Tournament, TBA Nov. 10 Women’s volleyball Nevada, at 1 p.m. Women’s basketball Cal St. Fullerton, at 3:05 p.m. Women’s soccerUnited Soccer Conference Tournament. TBA  […]

Unwrapping another season

November 5, 2007

Reading Time: 3 minutes Success has this year’s basketball season nicely wrapped up waiting to be opened. And the best presents are always the ones that are better than the year before-but that can leave a lot to live up to. As is the case with the 2007-08 men’s basketball team after Chris Bailey, Peter Brown, David Heck, and Matt Peterson helped Utah Valley to the best Independent record (22-7) since Notre Dame (23-6) in 1986.

Women’s basketball preview

November 5, 2007

Reading Time: 2 minutes Thanks to a scheduling conflict for Utah Valley’s women’s basketball team, a window of opportunity opened up for the Wolverines. On Dec. 18, the lady Wolverines will travel to Durham, North Carolina to take on the Duke Blue Devils at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

Power and grace lead Wolverines on the court

November 5, 2007

Reading Time: 2 minutes Having a player that emerges as a leader on the basketball court is common. What’s uncommon for Utah Valley’s men’s and women’s teams is that they both have bona fide leaders who have been leaders since their freshman seasons.Juniors Ryan Toolson and Robyn Fairbanks have starred on the court for a few seasons now, with Toolson’s LDS mission intervening between his freshman and sophomore seasons.

Making headlines

October 29, 2007

Reading Time: < 1 minute NFLAmong the San Diego County fire evacuees were members of the San Diego Chargers. Running back LaDainian Tomlinson and quarterback Phillip Rivers were among the 40 members of the organization evacuated form their homes last week. The team also cancelled practices and moved practice to the Arizona Cardinals facilities in Tempe, Ariz. The team’s field, […]

Kissing your sister

October 29, 2007

Reading Time: 2 minutes Someone, somewhere has dubbed the BYU against Utah Valley ice hockey game the “Battle for Valley Supremacy,” but the title for the rivalry game hasn’t crowned either team. The teams split a two-game season series last year and with a tie in this season’s game, Utah Valley’s overall record against BYU is 1-1-1.

Poor opponents equal easy wins

October 29, 2007

Reading Time: 2 minutes The New Jersey Institute of Technology provided the Utah Valley women’s soccer team with exactly what it needed in a home opponent: an easy team. Of course players and coaches won’t talk about the poor opponent they played but the 5-0 win and NJIT’s 0-13 record says enough. The Wolverines know the feeling of going […]

Exhibition answers some questions

October 29, 2007

Reading Time: 3 minutes It will be here before you know it. Not the jolly old, bearded, fat man, who will come way too soon like usual, or the end of another semester, which never comes fast enough-but this week brings some answers. The curtains are opened and the light starts to shine in. It’s a new season with […]

Looking to conference play

October 29, 2007

Reading Time: 2 minutes There is only one undefeated football team in the Mountain West Conference right now, but the BYU Cougars took a week off from conference play to face Eastern Washington. After giving out a 42-7 drubbing to the Eagles, the Cougars can focus on winning the conference now. Although the Cougars routed Eastern Washington, they will […]

Campus sports

October 29, 2007

Reading Time: < 1 minute Nov. 1 Men’s basketball Exhibition against Mesa State, 5 p.m. Nov. 1 Women’s volleyball Against Utah State, 7 p.m. Nov. 2 Women’s basketballExhibition against Eastern Oregon, 7 p.m. in Shurian Activity Center